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7/13/2010

Loiter: these are some of the best t-shirt designs I’ve seen in awhile.

I Shot The Serif T-Shirts: font puns are great.

2/4/2010

mental_floss store: more funny word plays on a garment.

8/24/2009

“It’s a Trap”: I would buy this if I wasn’t a recovering Star Wars fan. I’m not ready for a relapse.

8/14/2009

Pants Not Found: great t-shirts. I love the Eat Me and Goatse Donuts ones. I’d buy either the Star Trek or Star Wars if they weren’t on backorder.

7/20/2009

Rick Roll T-Shirt: this is the best shirt I’ve seen in a while. If anyone wanted to buy it for my upcoming birthday, I wouldn’t mind one bit!

7/18/2009

26 More Ridiculously Questionable T-Shirts: no links to buy any, but there’s some funny ones in there.

6/3/2009

DespairWear: I love this one and that one and especially this one.

2/27/2009

No LOL cat T-shirt: those LOL cats are so demeaning to felines.

11/25/2008

“Rub My Belly & Be Destroyed”: this is a common sentiment among all the pregnant women I’ve known. {via}

10/1/2008

Electronic Drum Kit Shirt: $29.99 seems like a great deal for this shirt. Be sure to watch the demo. {via}

9/2/2008

Please Dress Me: a very-well-done and useful t-shirt search engine.

7/17/2008

ShirtsforCoders: these are neat.

6/23/2008

Amorphia Apparel: my initial reaction was lackluster, but there’s some real good ones at second glance.

3/16/2008

Glennz Tees: they’re well done, but I really like this one. {via}

2/21/2008

Tragically Hip Polo Shirt: I like it, it’s very subtle. I know I covered this t-shirt shop before

12/21/2007

Crazy Dog T-Shirts: I snorted some Mountain Dew into my nose when I saw Jesus Saves.

12/18/2007

Roadkill T-Shirts: wow, what a selection! There’s a sister site but I can’t tell if they’re the same shirts.

Obey the Pure Breed: I can’t believe they don’t have bichon frises or Dalmatians! Enh, mildly amusing even still.

11/25/2007

Science!: I like these t-shirts! {via}

10/23/2007

Feed Store: clever, simple shirts. Boy has it been a long time since I’ve linked to a t-shirt store. Bubble burst?

8/18/2007

Personali-Tees: some funny, some truly tasteless, and some horrible.

The Ryde: surf shirts, if that’s your thing.

8/9/2007

Last Exit to Nowhere: t-shirts inspired by movies.

7/2/2007

Spoilt: yay! Threadless is reprinting this awesome t-shirt!

5/24/2007

Spoilt: boy do I hope they reprint this! {via}

1/18/2007

T-Shirt Hub: enh, like a lot of other t-shirt sites.

12/14/2006

John Galt Gifts 12 Days of Xmas Sale: A SWEATSHIRT FOR $9.99?!?!? {via}

11/30/2006

Tees My Body: the copywriting is horrible and the backstory sounds phony (the guy who suggested it said it was his older sister’s site, uh huh), but what the hell. It’s been awhile since I linked to a t-shirt vendor. {via Jason, the “younger brother”}

11/27/2006

Pluto Replies: Pluto doesn’t like what you’ve been saying about him.

10/12/2006

I Rock at BASIC: reminds me of my first program. *sniff* {via}

10/3/2006

World Record for most t-shirts worn at one time: what the hell! 155 in total. {via}

9/28/2006

No Star: there’s a few new designs I’ve never seen before, but this oldie never fails to crack me up.

9/20/2006

T-Lists: you pick a category and then enter your top 5 options for it and they make a t-shirt out of it. Ugh, that doesn’t really explain it. Go there and you’ll catch on immediately.

8/16/2006

Boyfriend Pillow: the store I previously linked to must have gone out of business. Never content to let things be, I have found you, dear Reader, a new source. (We’re seriously eyeing these toddler shirts. {via}

7/5/2006

Left Wing Clothes: for all you libs out there. Left on.

6/10/2006

Donkey T’s: what a bunch of asses. Sorry, I couldn’t avoid that. These tees are so funky and fresh that … nah, they’re the same as everywhere else. {via Jamie’s suggestion}

5/29/2006

“Bad Grammar Makes Me Sic”: clever.

Amorphia Apparel: enh, a few good ones there.

5/23/2006

Jerkass Clothing: with a name like that, expectations are pretty high. Came close.

5/15/2006

Antix Clothing: excellent t-shirts. I love the “Who’s Your Daddy” one.

4/22/2006

Wry Baby: wow, the second awesome t-shirt store for babies that I’ve found tonight. (A bit overpriced in my opinion.)

Punkster: baby t-shirts. Very cool.

Band Nerd: t-shirts for band geeks.

4/20/2006

Random Ass Shirts: maybe I’m just getting older, but I just can’t see anyone ever wearing these in public. Or, rather, I don’t think people should want to wear these in public. They’re funny for a second until you think, “What if I saw one of these in the mall with my daughter or wife?” Decidedly not funny.

4/19/2006

Attu-T: horribly named site, though I guess there’s only so much you can do in the t-shirt industry. The suggestion from the site’s owner indicated that “this is not just another t-shirt website” but I beg to differ, sir.

4/18/2006

That T-Shirt Site: t-shirt site. *yawn* nothing special.

4/11/2006

The Outfitter Shop: home of the “Fred Sucks” t-shirt.

3/22/2006

Pre-Pixelated Clothing for Reality TV Shows: I love this! This is the best idea I’ve heard in a long time.

3/12/2006

T-Shirt Insanity: YAIRTSS.

3/7/2006

Tastee Tees: some funny and offensive t-shirts. It’s amazing: just when I think I’ve seen them all, along comes a site with a hundred more variations on a theme.

2/10/2006

Chuck Norris Facts: now on t-shirts. Seriously cool. {via}

SnorgTees: best t-shirts I’ve seen in a long time. I *love* this one.

White Trash Palace: some funny ones here plus a lot of crap.

Dark Side Conservatives: this one seems especially timely.

12/6/2005

Brunetto T-shirts: not my style, but pretty funny.

Noisebot: there are some truly excellent t-shirts here. They’re campy but they’re hilarious.

11/30/2005

Snorg Tees: there’s some good t-shirts there. I like the “My Other Ride is Your Mom.”

11/21/2005

Krudmart: lots of pretention here, but some gems.

Option G: these t-shirts are certainly different, but they strike me as presumptuously campy. It’s not cool to act cool.

11/15/2005

IQ Therefore I Am: has t-shirts for investment bankers and lawyers—two real t-shirt wearing bunches, I reckon— and geeks in general, all unified by a common theme: lack of creativity as indicated by the use of Comic Sans. The horror!

11/10/2005

Solo Tees: I love the shirt that reads “My real job starts at 5 pm”. I can’t imagine that that’d go over well at work, but good luck with that. {via}

One Horse Shy: ahh, some freshness in the space. Funny, well-designed t-shirts.

11/7/2005

Allison’s Assorted Flavors: I love the “Student Pedestrian” onesie.

10/29/2005

Those Shirts: I love the “Commies Aren’t Cool” shirts with Che Guevara on them. Oops, the rest of the shirts are lunacy. {via}

10/26/2005

I See France: wonderfully named site selling underbritches.

10/24/2005

Google Blogoscoped: it’s been awhile since I’ve seen a good, new t-shirt shop. I really like the “PageRank 10″ shirt.

10/3/2005

Baby Geek Boutique: I love these! So many are true, funny, and very true.

9/9/2005

ThinkGeek “STFU University”: I love that the Latin means “Stop Talking Now.”

Snazzytown: ironic t-shirts aplenty.

That’s My Shirt: there’s some good stuff there. Plenty of exploring. Love the Under $12 category.

9/8/2005

Angry Shirts: currently having a $10 shirt sale. There’s a couple of real gems there like “The Internet is a fad.” and “Infidel”.

8/29/2005

Mr. Chips Tees: there’s some really good ones there. I like “Assassins Do It From Behind”.

8/28/2005

Broodwear: another promising t-shirt shop. Two shirts at present and they’re both pretty good.

A Piece of Shirt: fledgling t-shirt shop that looks promising.

8/25/2005

Login to Me: ho hum, lots of not-so-subtle innuendo and things that might have been clever if this was the first t-shirt shop I’d been exposed to.

8/20/2005

Gorilla T-Shirt: wow, those are some really distasteful shirts. Sadly, I see people wearing these sorts of shirts in public all too often.

8/12/2005

“GTA Made Me Do It”: funny and topical.

Test Tube T-Shirts: there’s not too much there right now, but that’ll likely change if you go buy stuff. What’s there is hilarious: “Resistance is Futile” and “I find your lack of capacitance disturbing” are certainly good starts.

John Galt Gifts: cool Objectivist wear. This decal is easily the most obscure thing there, though “Vote No on Directive 10-289″ t-shirt is awfully close.

8/8/2005

Sinful Shirts: here’s how I imagine this site came about. “TshirtHell.com looks like it’s doing pretty well.” “TshirtHell.com? They’re sissies. I bet people would buy even more offensive shirts.” “More offensive than TshirtHell.com? Is that possible?” “Let’s try.” And there you have it.

8/4/2005

“Operation Needed”: ooo, me likey.

iPod My Baby: a iPod-themed onesie for your child. {via}

8/3/2005

Deez Teez: ahh, it’s been awhile since I’ve run across a really offensive t-shirt seller.

8/2/2005

Wild Rose Tattoo Shirts: at $75 a pop, they may be cheaper than actually getting all those tattoos.

7/31/2005

Robot Cow: there’s some good ones in there.

7/30/2005

Non-Zero Chance: cool t-shirts, including “I’m not your damn search engine” and “I don’t like your ringtone”.

7/29/2005

Abercrombie & Fitch Tees: for men, for women. Expensive.

Team Naked Ferrets!: for all you triathletes out there—definitely not me.

Dumbeldore Dies on Page 596: an awesome t-shirt from T-Shirt Hell. I’m still chuckling.

Reckon: t-shirts with famous faces on them. My favorites are the Christopher Walken and Bill Murray ones, but I think the Buster Keaton shirt would be a nice obscure one as well.

Freakshop: huge t-shirt shop with reasonable pricing.

7/28/2005

Slacker.com: I <3 the “I ج Unicode” shirt. {via}

7/27/2005

Trippin Trees: these are some great t-shirts.

7/23/2005

Dive into Schwag: one shirt style, but a funny one.

7/12/2005

CafePress Humor: lots of funny t-shirts here.

7/10/2005

Attitude Wear: yeah, totally in-your-face t-shirts. Uh huh, solid colors with white or black text. If you’ve seen one of these shops, you’ve seen them all.

6/28/2005

Falooba: there’s some good shirts here. I like this one.

6/22/2005

T-Shirts from The Onion: I love this one and this one. “Area Man” is funny too, but very Onion-centric.

6/21/2005

Krudmart: lots of neat t-shirt designs here. Nothing geeky, just quirky.